Microsoft MVP April 2016

Microsoft MVP 2016

Microsoft MVP 2016

Wow!!! What a surprise on a Friday.
Awarded as ‪Microsoft‬ MVP for the “third time in a row”.

Read my Story

Here. Also by my CEO Mr. Chinmoy Panda. He narrates my story in his own words. Celebrating Awesomeness

What is Microsoft MVP?

Answer : Click here to know more.

The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is our way of saying thank you to exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others. It is part of Microsoft’s commitment to supporting and enriching technical communities. Even before the rises of the Internet and social media, people have come together to willingly offer their ideas and best practices in technical communities.

Thanks to…

  • Biplab Paul, Gandharv Rawat for believing in me. Thanks Siddharth Rout for polishing my skills before the first award in 2014.
  • Thanks to all MVPs in my network.
  • Thanks to my friends, colleagues and leads, who always support and encourage me. Special thanks to Debasis Behera who pulled me to The Code Project (www.codeproject.com) for answering questions. That was my baby step towards tech community activities. Kshirodra Meher, Sibasis Jenaand Deepak Jena and Tapan Khatua – these geeks help me sharpen my knowledge.
  • My family has been a great inspiration, which propels me for hard work. Thanks Grandfather (Mr. Ganeswar Tripathy) for guiding me. I miss you. 😦
  • Last, but not the list, my heartiest gratitude to the members of Microsoft Dev Community, Odisha. Without them, I am nothing.

Thanks almighty, Jay Jagannath!!!

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Microsoft MVP April 2015

Microsoft MVP 2015_Tadit Dash

Microsoft MVP 2015


I am happy to announce that I have been awarded as Microsoft MVP for the second time. Official announcement – Congratulations April 2015 Award Winners!.

Read my Story

Here. Also by my CEO Mr. Chinmoy Panda. He narrates my story in his own words. Celebrating Awesomeness

What is Microsoft MVP?

Answer : Click here to know more.

The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is our way of saying thank you to exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others. It is part of Microsoft’s commitment to supporting and enriching technical communities. Even before the rises of the Internet and social media, people have come together to willingly offer their ideas and best practices in technical communities.

Thanks to…

:: Biplab Paul (Community Program Manager, MVP Award Program – South Asia)- for his constant support and encouragement.
:: Gandharv Rawat (Community Support Lead, MVP Award Program – South Asia) – for guiding me always to be a good leader.
:: Siddharth Rout (Microsoft MVP) – This guys listened to all my stupid queries and answered them with patience. He is still busy doing the same for me.
:: Chris Maunder (Co-Founder, CodeProject) – for rebuilding the amazing forum time to time.
:: My CEO Mr. Chinmoy Panda, who is my idol and source of inspiration for me.
:: All Code Project MVPs and Staff.
:: Everybody who appreciated my Articles, Tips, Answers and Blogs.
:: My parents, family, friends, colleagues and relatives.
:: All my Managers, Tech Leads and Reputation Manager – These guys always appreciate my recognitions, which acts as a spur to contribute more.
:: All my Microsoft Dev Community, Odisha team members, who always build and refresh me time to time to produce the best out of me.

What’s Cooking Hot !!!

Me and some of the extraordinary talented developers, community leaders along with students of Odisha have started a community named as “Microsoft Dev Community Odisha”. We are continuously organizing Technical Events, Workshops, Quizzes and many more. If you want to join the community, please fill this survey. If you want to participate in events, then follow our social channels and website. All details are as follows.

Website – msdcodisha.com
Facebook – facebook.com/MsdcOdisha
Twitter – twitter.com/MsdcOdisha
Google + – plus.google.com/+Msdcodisha